LLANDDEWI RHYDDERCH BAPTIST CHAPEL

A Place of Calm in Today's Busy World

 

The chapel is still holding services every Sunday morning, as a direct result of the commitment and dedication of the small core congregation of twenty four people.

 

All maintenance and running costs are funded by donations or service collections, and the parishioners clean the chapel, and provide and fund flowers and materials for services.  On occasions, if funds allow, the chapel makes small donations to some local charities.

 

It is a Baptist chapel, however the congregation is comprised of various denominations, all sharing the value that everyone is equally welcome.

 

There is no dress code - whatever you feel comfortable in, including jeans.  God is not concerned with what you wear, and neither are we.

 

For one hour each Sunday morning, it is wonderful to be able to put aside busy lives, stresses and worries, and come together to recognize and be thankfull for all the good things we are blessed with.  The atmosphere enables each person, in their own preferred way, to listen, participate, ask questions and try to understand how to apply things in today's world.  It is also refreshing and rare to be amongst a small group who are willing to help and support one another without wanting anything in return.  Overall, it brings a sense of positiveness and inner peace.

 

Some services are taken by guest ministers who kindly give their time, others are taken by the congregation themselves.  Please take a look at our Services and Activities page, for further details and dates. 

 

The chapel is also licensed for marriages, funerals and christenings.

 

Visiting Ministers

 

  • Mr Ken Prosser
  • Mrs Stella Price
  • Mrs Catherine Griffiths
  • Ms Misha Pedersen
  • Mr Ian Purcell 
  • Reverend David Openshaw
  • Mr Nigel Jones
  • Ms Glenys Jones
  • Ms Joy James
  • Reverend Barry Roche
  • From Norton Baptist Chapel
  • From Abergavenny Baptist Church


  • From the Rural Mission
  • From Abergavenny Baptist Church
  • From Salvation Army Abergavenny
  • From Abergavenny Methodist Church
  • From Ewyas Harold Baptist Church

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